2011 Interesting Albums

I’m starting the long, painful process of making those “top 10” lists that us nerds are expected to make.

Here’s a list of SOME Of the albums that I’ve returned to over the year, or have pegged to listen to again, before making that ever-insignificant list. They’re certainly not in any ranking order yet (just the order they appear in iTunes or in the pile on my desk)

The Belle Brigade – The Belle Brigade
Steven Bowers – Beothuk Words
Gurf Morlix – Blaze Foley’s 113th Wet Dream
Lucinda Williams – Blessed
Matt Andersen – Coal Mining Blues
Elliott BROOD – Days Into Years
John Hiatt – Dirty Jeans and Mudslide Hymns
Deer Tick – Divine Providence
Fish & Bird – Every Whisper Is A Shout Across The Void
Drive-By Truckers – Go Go Boots
Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit – Here We Rest
Matthew Ryan – I Recall Standing As Though Nothing Could Fall
Steve Earle – I’ll Never Get Out of This World Alive
The Decemberists – The King Is Dead
Blackie & The Rodeo Kings – Kings and Queens
David Francey – The Late Edition
The Warped 45s – Matador Sunset
Middle Brother – Middle Brother
Scott Nolan – Montgomery Eldorado
The Damnwells – No One Listens to the Band Anymore
Dawes – Nothing Is Wrong
Oh Susanna – Soon The Birds
Kasey Chambers – Storybook
Ron Hawkins – Straitjacket Love
Sunparlour Players – Us Little Devils
Christina Martin & Dale Murray – A House Concert
Romi Mayes – Lucky Tonight
Brock Zeman – Me Then You
Catherine MacLellan – Silhouette
Bobby Long – A Winter Tale
Glen Campbell – Ghost on the canvas


2011 Interesting Albums — 1 Comment

  1. warped for sure

    Elliot Brood for sure

    Oh Suzanna for sure

    Decemberist – I just bought that CD – great

    Bird & Fish – for sure. That’s my whole opinion in a knut shell.

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